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Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival YEAR III

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Welcome to the third annual Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival!

Vidlings & Tapeheads is dedicated to celebrating & promoting unconventional stories. We love films with a unique voice that tell their stories in an unusual way, experiment with the medium, or sincerely explore eclectic subject matter and themes. We encourage and celebrate subversiveness, innovative use of materials and budget, and quirky independent work that doesn’t fit comfortably within any one genre. We accept short films under fifteen minutes completed anytime after June of 2017.

VTFF films run the gamut of style, setting, and tone—tending to weird, niche, cult, or unusual—but always telling a story. We connect with characters who are outsiders and dreamers, both in front of and behind the camera. And though filmmaking is a collaborative effort, we have an unabashed appreciation of the auteur. We love the the absurd humor and magical realism of Terry Gilliam and Jean-Pierre Jeunet, the irreverent sincerity and dysfunctional iconoclasm of John Waters and Jane Campion, the uncanny cleverness and dark mystery of Davids Cronenberg and Lynch, the tactile humanity and visceral goofiness of Jan Švankmajer and Stephen Chow, the timeless avant-garde dreamscapes of Maya Deren and Slavko Vorkapić, and the haunting beauty and moral ambiguity of Hayao Miyazaki.

We believe that filmmaking should be accessible to all and that content transcends medium. We’re open to all projects whether they were shot on VHS, Super-8, an HD DSLR, 35mm, an old cell phone, or a 5K Red Scarlet. In fact, we have a special place in our hearts for so- called obsolete tech.

We do our best to curate a diverse and engaging program with a progressive group of unconventional filmmakers, musicians, and artists from Michigan and around the world. We strive to be inclusive and welcome people of all ages, genders, ethnicities, nationalities, creeds, orientations, and walks of life to submit!

Deadline: 
03/31/2019
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$15
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4th edition of CCIFF - Call for Submissions

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This is just a reminder to let you know that our submission inbox is still open, and that there are only 7 days left until our first deadline on February 28th! Keep in mind this is our lowest prices, and the other deadlines require higher fees (as we get closer to the festival dates). 

Please send in your shorts, feature films or television shows to us!

All the info about submissions can be found on our website: cciff.ca 

Deadline: 
02/28/2019
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Short Com call for submissions

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For those with spirit of independence and craft of short comedy filmmaking, you'll be pleased to hear that The Short Com International Film Festival returns this year! Short Com will be screening during the largest arts festival in the world, the Edinburgh Fringe and International Festival. We have prizes from film festival strategy experts; Festival Formula, screenwriting software from industry leaders Final Draft and also $500 to be won. For further details about the festival and how to enter, please visit our site via the link below.

Best wishes,

Chris Aitken

Deadline: 
06/01/2019
Fee Detail: 
$20
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SqueeFest at RevelCon

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We are now accepting film submissions for our festival at RevelCon in Houston in March 2019. 

We are seeking film submissions to present at RevelCon, the only fan-run, fan-fun, relax-a-con in the Southwest. If you are interested in fanficton, fannish song vids, panels about your favorite media madness, art, food, friends, fun and frolic, have we got a FANtastic weekend planned for you. This is RevelCon's 30th anniversary so it will be an extra special celebration of fandom, friendship and community.

We are looking for short films from female identifying and non-binary creators that explore topics through the female gaze. We are especially interested in projects that explore fandom, geek-nerd culture, feminism, pop culture, comics, cosplay, 

Genres include documentary, horror, sci-fi, fan films, animation, pop culture, meta, webisodes, vidding and more -if you have a topic you're not sure we'd accept -just ask! Our goal is to support women, female identifying and non-binary creators in film and to create an opportunity for their videos and films to be seen.

The Squee Project is a collective of fangrrl creators. We attempt to cover the full fandom experience including cosplay, conventions, comic books, movies, podcasts, fanfic, episodics, and creating spaces for women, girls, femmes and female identifying fangrrls to collaborate and network in geek-nerd culture. 

 

 

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